Love or hate them, this video really touches my heart
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Confession: I’ve seen four episodes of the Kardashians. The first episode I ever watched was when Kanye West proposed to Kim because I became curious when I read that Lana del Rey refused to sing her song for them.
The second episode I watched was their recent trip to Iceland, which was simply breathtaking.
And the other two shows I watched only last night were the first two episodes from Season One.
I am amazed how they’ve turned into high-tech human beings from nine years ago to this day.
I find it amazing how so much money and fame can transform one’s overall appearance and attitude.

Another thing that amazed me is how Kris and Bruce Jenner treat their children with unconditional love, despite Kim’s sex video, etc. I think the show is a hit because they are really solid as a family.
Truthfully I don’t know how if I can watch any more shows I can stand, but today, Kanye West posted a birthday video to his wife on Twitter.
I know the Kardashian children loved their late father Robert Kardashian so much. He appears to be the camera man in this video, and it shows how much love Kim grew up with.
Even if I’m not a huge fan of Kanye, Kim, and the Kardashians, this video really touches my heart.

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Korina Sanchez’s preloved items in charity sale
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Korina Sanchez-Roxas is holding a sale to raise funds for her charity projects including the Tsinelas Campaign, which provides slippers to poor children; Project Lakad, which provides artificial legs for children; and the construction of a kennel for rescued dogs in Aklan.

Korina's sale
Korina's sale
Korina's sale

Korina’s items will be sold at the Annual Style Setters Holiday Garage Sale this October 21, 22, and 23 at the Cameron Tower Function Room, Essensa Condominium, 5th Avenue corner 21st Drive, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City.
Korina will be selling new and second-hand designer clothes, bags and accessories for men and women, homeware, estate silver, vintage glass, overrun bed linens, antiques, Persian carpets, lamps and so much more.

Korina's sale
Korina's sale

Other personalities participating in the sale are Vicki Belo, Cristalle Henares, Tina Maristela-Ocampo, Divine Lee and many others.

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Mood: Tears For Fears
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I will never tire of Tears For Fears.
Two years ago, to celebrate the 30th anniversary of their album Songs From The Big Chair, Tears For Fears got together at LA Studio The Village to perform some of their biggest hits for an intimate audience of 50 lucky fans.
Wish I were there.

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Dexterton opens at Bonifacio Global City
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I first heard about Dexterton upon the recommendation of Architect Ed Calma, when Jeroen and I started building a house more than 15 years ago.
Back then, we had to make special trips all the way down to Sgt. Esquerra, Quezon City. The whole trip back and forth would take about four hours.
It was worth it because Dexterton has everything you need for your house—from your kitchen and bathroom fixtures, to outdoor tiles and special home accents.

Founded in 1962, Dexterton Corporation, then known as Chesterton Industrial Corporation, started as a local hardware store along Rizal Avenue, Caloocan.
Now it carries over 100 international brands across 11 major home product divisions such as hardware, building materials, plumbing, lighting, flooring, home and office furniture, commercial and retail fixtures, janitorial and cleaning equipment, consumer and sustainable products.

The good news: Last October 15, 2016, Dexterton unveiled its newest mixed-use showroom and residential building at Bonifacio Global City, Taguig. Occupying three floors and almost 2000 square meters, the showroom offers beautifully curated spaces where customers can find home styling inspirations, as well as brands that meet their exacting standards.

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On the ground floor, you’ll find bathroom fixtures by Gessi, Hansa, Laufen, Kohler, Inda Accessories and Emco.

Inda Gealuna Bathroom Accessories
Inda Gealuna bathroom accessories

Kartell by Laufen freestanding bathtub – Designer: Ludovica + Roberto Palomba
Kartell by Laufen freestanding bathtub

Laufen Palomba Collection  - Designer: Ludovica + Roberto Palomba
Laufen Palomba Collection

On the second floor, there are artisan tiles by Inda Progetto and luxurious glass vanities, washbasins and elegant bathroom mirrors by Artelinea, Falper and Glass Design.

Marazzi Mabira
Marazzi Mabira tiles

Pastorelli Ayers Rock
Pastorelli Ayers Rock

Pastorelli Quarz Design
Pastorelli Quarz Design

Rondine Bristol
Rondine Bristol tiles

Gruppo Treesse has a line of Ghost System tubs and shower cubicles, plus check out Jacuzzi’s exclusive line of whirlpool baths and spa solutions.

Gruppo Treesse Zen Spa Ghost System
Gruppo Treesse Zen Spa Ghost System

Gruppo Treesse Gen-Y Top
Gruppo Treesse Gen-Y Top

The third floor fills in your other decorating needs with its wide range of furniture and accessories by Caracole and Himolla, while German brands Störmer and Blanco offer beautiful bespoke kitchens with exceptional quality and attention to details.

Himolla Cosyform
Himolla Cosyform chair

Black, white, or grey? Choose your favorite Blanco kitchen sink:

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Blanco Metra XL bowl in Silgranit PuraDur II, Tartufo finish
Blanco Zenar in Ceramic PuraPlus crystal white finish

The new Dexterton is at Commercenter BGC, 31st Street, Taguig, Metro Manila.
To know more follow on Facebook or Instagram @dextertoncorp.
http://www.dexterton.com/

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